Autoimmune diagnosis, treatment, and maintenance require a lifelong commitment to your health and wellness. Pharmacy Advantage understands and embraces this philosophy with our designated therapy management programs. Our expertise range includes: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriasis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s Disease, and Ankylosing Spondylitis.

As a flourishing specialty pharmacy, we realize the importance of helping physicians manage patients identified with multiple autoimmune conditions that require focused therapies and tailored care. It is for this reason that Pharmacy Advantage counsels all patients on proper medication use, storage requirements, adverse effects, precautions and dosing parameters.

Our compassionate team also proactively follows up to monitor therapy outcomes, assess financial assistance needs and encourage therapy adherence. Home or office delivery is provided free of charge and a 24/7 customer support line is available as an added method of safety and convenience. At Pharmacy Advantage our goal is to go above and beyond in patient care.

About Autoimmune Disorders

An autoimmune disorder is a condition that occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks and destroys healthy body tissue. There are more than 80 different types of autoimmune disorders.

Examples of autoimmune (or autoimmune-related) disorders include, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, diabetes type 1, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, Graves' disease, celiac disease.

Biologic Response Modifiers ("Biologics")

  • Enbrel
  • Humira
  • Simponi

The information on this site is intended to provide useful health and wellness information and is not intended to be used in lieu of medical advice from a qualified physician. If you are having health issues and concerns, contact a licensed physician or healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment. For questions or concerns regarding your medications please contact your pharmacist.

Specialty Medications

  • Enbrel
  • Humira
  • Simponi

The information on this site is intended to provide useful health and wellness information and is not intended to be used in lieu of medical advice from a qualified physician. If you are having health issues and concerns, contact a licensed physician or healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment. For questions or concerns regarding your medications please contact your pharmacist.

Patient Enrollment Form

Use the online Enrollment Form to order your prescriptions from Pharmacy Advantage and enroll in our Mail Order program. Mail your original prescriptions to:
Pharmacy Advantage Corporate HQ
Attn: New Member Enrollment
735 John R. Road, Suite 150
Troy, MI 48083

The information on this site is intended to provide useful health and wellness information and is not intended to be used in lieu of medical advice from a qualified physician. If you are having health issues and concerns, contact a licensed physician or healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment. For questions or concerns regarding your medications please contact your pharmacist.

Dermatology Medication Request Form

Rheumatology Infusion and Oral Medication Request Form

Rheumatology Injectable Medication Request Form

General Medication Request Form

Crohns Ulcerative Colitis Medication Request Form

Physician Order Form

Physician Order Form

The information on this site is intended to provide useful health and wellness information and is not intended to be used in lieu of medical advice from a qualified physician. If you are having health issues and concerns, contact a licensed physician or healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment. For questions or concerns regarding your medications please contact your pharmacist.

Financial Assistance

The staff at Pharmacy Advantage understands that prescription drugs can be expensive, especially for specialty medications. We are committed to helping our patients find ways to get the specialty medications they need, at prices they can manage. Pharmacy Advantageis dedicated to finding patient funding whenever possible in order to eliminate interruptions in therapy due to concerns over drug costs.

There are patient assistance programs for people who meet any of the following criteria:

  • Have insurance with a high co-pay
  • Incur a high deductible
  • Have Medicare or are eligible for Medicare
  • Have no prescription drug coverage and live on a limited income
  • Have lost their job

Many of our patients are currently enrolled in a co-pay assistance program and our clinical staff members would like to assist them in finding the program that best fits their needs. In order to receive assistance each program does have certain criteria that need to be met. The clinical staff at Pharmacy Advantage is happy to work with you in order to assist in completing the necessary steps.

If they are not currently enrolled and would like to discuss their options, please contact the clinical department at (800) 456-2112 extension 5, Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Programs from Psoriasis Drug Manufacturers

The following is a list of some drug manufacturers that offer financial assistance programs for people living with Psoriasis who cannot afford to buy the medications they have been prescribed. You are encouraged to call these manufacturers directly for more information on these programs. If you need financial assistance for a drug not listed here, please contact one of our pharmacists.

Drug Name Manufacturer Telephone Number and website information:

Drug Name Manufacturer Phone Number
Amevive Biogen 1-866-263-8483
Enbrel Amgen 1-800-282-7752
Humira Abbott 1-800-222-6885
Remicade Centocor 1-888-222-3771
Stelara Janssen 1-877-783-5272

The information on this site is intended to provide useful health and wellness information and is not intended to be used in lieu of medical advice from a qualified physician. If you are having health issues and concerns, contact a licensed physician or healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment. For questions or concerns regarding your medications please contact your pharmacist.